When somewhere in North India, chilly breeze around you will prompt goosebumps for sure but only until you are not exposed to the cozy sunlight, that when will gently touch your body will feel like the most comforting hug you have ever had.
And that my friend has been one of the best reasons that has inspired me to travel to North India over the years.
With the commencement of March, it’s officially the commencement of the best time to visit North India, especially the hill stations. During the best three months, that go March, April and May, the temperature in the North range from 13-19°C, which complements any fun-vities you choose to be a part of in North India.
Be it Jammu-Kashmir, Leh-Ladakh or hill stations like Shimla, Kullu, Manali or pilgrims of Uttarakhand the flora and the aesthetics in these places is at its peak.
And as always, if words don’t inspire you to backpack to north India this March, then these pictures will surely do.
So already backpacking to North this summer?
Note: Amidst the spread of coronavirus, make sure you take all the necessary precautions when travelling anywhere around the world. Study about the status of the virus in the city or the country you have plans to travel to beforehand and refrain from travelling to places where chances of catching a virus are high.